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Edward Jones financial advisors Jay McGlade and Amy Fetterhoff will co-host the seminar program “US Economic & Market Outlook” with Tom Hinds of Pioneer Investments. The seminar takes place at 6 p.m. Wednesday, June 10, at Beau Jo’s at Buffalo Valley in Glenwood Springs. Dinner will be served.Call 928-7145 for information and to make a reservation. There is no cost for the program, but seating is limited, and reservations are required.

On Tuesday, June 9, the local Western Slope burning man community will be holding a meet-‘n’-greet at the Bayou restaurant (919 Grand Ave.) from 7-9 p.m. If you’ve been to Burning Man and want to meet up with others that have been also come on down and join the conversation. If you’ve never been and want to know more about this enigmatic festival in the desert we’d love to show you what it’s all about. Look for the biggest hat in the room and say howdy!

Church at Carbondale and SportReach will again be providing coaching for both JV (first- through third-graders) and varsity (fourth- through sixth-graders) in the valley area at Crystal River Elementary School in Carbondale. Clinics on basketball, soccer and volleyball will be available 9 a.m. to noon Monday and Tuesday, June 8 and 9, to the JV kids; and from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Wednesday through Friday, June 10-12, for the varsity kids (these children are asked to bring a sack lunch). Cost for the program is $30 per child for JV and $50 per child for varsity; however, each participant may bring one friend for free to the clinics. Each athlete receives a 2009 SportReach T and sports bottle. The Church at Carbondale and CRES share the parking lot at 110 Snowmass Drive. Register at the church or call them at 963-8773.

Glenwood Springs is updating its 1998 Comprehensive Plan and needs you to get involved in the process. The city is holding a public meeting at the Community Center Tuesday, June 9, beginning at 6 p.m. Now is the time to get ahead of the issues and help determine Glenwood Springs’ future. Come help us identify problems that need to be solved, determine how and where to grow as a city, and formulate goals and strategies to help guide City Council decisions. Refreshments will be provided.

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